Turned into a global star by Luis Buñuel in Ese oscuro objeto del deseo, a twentysomething Ángela Molina placed herself under the direction of Jaime de Armiñán, one of the most notable Spanish directors of the 1970s, in this peculiar and controversial drama which defended sexuality among the elderly. It was a misunderstood film back then, but the passage of time and social changes have made it very relevant nowadays.
Antonio and Teresa are a couple who live in a flat in San Sebastian. Upstairs lives Ursula Michelena, an elderly woman in her 70s. Ursula is secretly in love with Antonio, whom she spies on continuously from one of the windows of her house. One night she sees Antonio and Teresa making love and is violently moved by this event, so much so that she asks Antonio for a secret rendezvous and tells him that she is pregnant and that the child she is expecting is his. Ursula, according to her version, has become pregnant watching Antonio and Teresa making love.